Carl Zimmer’s series Game of Genomes continues this week over at STAT News.
Genomics will change what patients expect from their provider, as well as change how physicians treat them. Before this happens, education on both sides is needed. This month we look at some of the big talking points.
CWRU researchers find strategy behind how bacteria rapidly develop antibiotic resistance mechanisms and avoid destruction
Simplifying access to gene testing for women with ovarian cancer improves treatment choices and saves lives according to ICR study
The discovery of controlling SETDB1 through monoubiquitination could lead to new target therapies
CLIA certificate revoked, and a two year ban from owning or operating a medical laboratory for Theranos CEO Elisabeth Holmes
Apparently it’s a two day flight to the International Space Station. So we figured it’s only fair to provide some reading material to pass the time
Testing prostate cancer patients for mutations in key DNA repair genes could identify those who may benefit from precision treatments
New study shows harmless version of notorious bacteria could help fight pneumococcal disease, other illnesses
Google partner with UK eye hospital to collect anonymised NHS data to train DeepMind machine learning to detect eye disease
A new study shows that microRNAs, which are small, noncoding RNA molecules that can silence genes, have an important role in inducing asthma
Pediatric clinical geneticist to receive award at ASHG 2016 Annual Meeting